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When the relief outlets of relief valves are connected by piping to discharge into the drainage system, such pipe shall be connected as an indirect waste. Piping from the relief outlets shall be equal to or greater than the cross-sectional area of the discharge outlet on the relief valve and shall discharge within six inches of the floor.
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